Looking for a ring for your anniversary or just want something to acknowledge your romance? Then look no further than the assortment of eternity rings that Since 1910 has to offer. Custom-made, elegant, with signature opulence, eternity rings are the perfect choice to commemorate any relationship. They are made of diamond shapes of different color, clarity, shape and size, with diamonds going around the band in a continuous sparkle. Here are some diamond shapes to choose from.
|The Radiant Cut. A very popular choice amongst sparkle enthusiasts, this choice is very similar in shape to the Princess, but its corners make it very distinctive. The Radiant was designed with 70 facets for a maximum amount of brilliance. It is often slightly more rectangular than square-shaped.
The Radiant shape was perfected in 1977 by Henry Grossbard. Coming in a similar shape to the Emerald and Asscher cuts, the Radiant has the radiance and fire of the traditional Round Brilliant.
|The Emerald Cut. A classic and elegant selection, the emerald cut is rectangular in nature and known for its clean lines and large facets.
It was called the emerald shape when a diamond cutter chose to cut a diamond in the shape of an emerald. This shape is composed of “stepped” facets, causing the facets to resemble steps on a staircase.
|The Asscher Cut. Almost identical to the emerald with rectangular cut facets and clean lines, the Asscher is square in nature and, like the radiant, has sharp corners. Also sometimes known as the Modified Square Emerald Cut, this cut offers a small table (largest facet on a stone), deep pavilions (lower portions of the stone) and cut corners.
This shape was developed in 1902 by the Asscher Brothers of Holland and is a variation of the Emerald cut. It offers wearers 72 wide step facets and resembles the shape of an octagon, with a fiery sparkle like the Round Brilliant.
|The Round Brilliant Cut. As the most researched and sought-after diamond shape today, the round brilliant has 56 to 58 facets and is known for its brilliance and fiery sparkle.
The Russian mathematician named Marcel Tolkowsky wanted to create the “ideal” diamond shape, known today as the Round Brilliant. Ever since the Round Brilliant has become one of the most popular diamond shapes.
|The Princess Cut. As the most popular fancy shape diamond on the market today, the Princess is known for its brilliance and its unique pointed corners. It is usually cut square, but can be cut rectangular. Princess shape diamonds have sharp uncut pointed corner, come with 58 facets and are well-known for their brilliance and fire.
This shape was invented by Basil Watermeyer of Johannesburg over thirty years ago. Originally known as the Barion cut, there is no rectangular or square-shaped stone that even comes close to the Princess cut in terms of brilliance.